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The Museum introduces the public to Iroquois Native Americans by featuring their art, past and present, as a window into their culture. As an anthropological institution, it is informed by archeology, history, and research on the common creative spirit of modern artists and craftspeople.
Exhibits gallery shows children's activities, nature walks, Iroquois art festivals, museum shop, focused on the Iroquois Indian.
The largest collection of contemporary Iroquois art and craftwork; performing Iroquois arts includes dance, storytelling and other presentations; hands-on Children's Museum, major Archeological collections.
Archeology and History of the Schoharie Valley
Exhibits highlight - Iroquois beadworking, Pottery, Woodworking, Silverworking
APRIL 1 - JUNE 30
JULY 1 - LABOR DAY WEEKEND
AFTER LABOR DAY - DECEMBER 31
OPEN MEMORIAL DAY and COLUMBUS DAY
CLOSED: Easter, Thanksgiving, Dec. 24-25 and Jan.1-March1
Directions: Exit 22 off I-88. Follow state signs on Rt. 7 for 1 mile. Left at the Howe Caverns arrow on Caverns Road. One mile to museum entrance.
Thomas Elliott, Museum Director
Neal Keating, Curator of Education
Stephanie Shultes, Web master and Curator of Collections
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